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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Språk Språkvitenskap Language (de)standardisation in late modern europe

    Language (de)standardisation in late modern europe

    Language (de)standardisation in late modern europe

    Language (de)standardisation in late modern europe (experimental studies)

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    365,- Nå 316,-

    ISBN:

    9788270997411

    Forlag:

    Novus

    Trykkeår:

    2013

    Utgitt:

    2013

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    401

    Vekt:

    1030 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Serie:

    Standard language ideology in contemporary Europe (nr. 2)

    Language (de)standardisation in late modern europe
    Novus
    9788270997411

    Forlagets omtale:

    This book is the second publication from the international group of researchers involved in developing the SLICE programme, SLICE being an acronym for Standard Language Ideology in Contemporary Europe. SLICE is interested in ideologies of language as much as in the forms and functions of languages LES MER themselves, and in exploring how ideology can be made visible by different research methods. This implies a commitment to researching the attitudes and value-structures that underpin attributions of 'standard', potential subjective complexities and shifts in these subjectivities. One of SLICE's key objectives is to make informed assessments of the extent and nature of linguistic destandardisation in contemporary European contexts. While sociolinguistic attention has so far been given to standardising processes - the mechanisms by which language varieties 'rise' to function ideologically and practically as standard varieties - it is also necessary to move beyond linear accounts and to explore whether and how varieties that have functioned as standards may be losing their legitimacy. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale This book is the second publication from the international group of researchers involved in developing the SLICE programme, SLICE being an acronym for Standard Language Ideology in Contemporary Europe. SLICE is interested in ideologies of language as much as in the forms and functions of languages themselves, and in exploring how ideology can be made visible by different research methods. This implies a commitment to researching the attitudes and value-structures that underpin attributions of 'standard', potential subjective complexities and shifts in these subjectivities. One of SLICE's key objectives is to make informed assessments of the extent and nature of linguistic destandardisation in contemporary European contexts. While sociolinguistic attention has so far been given to standardising processes - the mechanisms by which language varieties 'rise' to function ideologically and practically as standard varieties - it is also necessary to move beyond linear accounts and to explore whether and how varieties that have functioned as standards may be losing their legitimacy.